Nigerian national assembly delegation from zamfara

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Zamfara comprises three Senators representing Zamfara West, Zamfara Central, and Zamfara North, and seven Representatives representing Bakura/Maradun, Gummi/Bukkuyum, Bungudu/Maru, Kaura Namoda/Birnin Magaji, Tsafe/Gusau, Zurmi/Shinkafi, and Anka/Mafara.

Fourth Republic

6th Assembly (2007 - 2011)

Senator Party Constituency
Ahmad Rufai Sani ANPP Zamfara West
Hassan Muhammed Gusau ANPP Zamfara Central
Sahabi Alhaji Yaú ANPP Zamfara North
Representative Party Constituency
Abdullaziz Yari Abubakar ANPP Anka/Talata Marafa
Abubakar Shehu Bunu ANPP Bungudu/Maru
Bello Abubakar ANPP Shinkafi/Zurmi
Bello Mutawalle Maradun ANPP Bakura/Maradun
Dahiru Zubairu ANPP Kaura-Namoda/Birnin-Magaji
Idris Mohammed Keta ANPP Gusau/Tsafe
Mohammed Sani ANPP Gummi/Bukkuyum

4th Assembly (1999 - 2003)

Senator Party Constituency
Anka Yushau Mohammed ANPP Zamfara West
Dansadan Saidu Muhammed ANPP Zamfara Central
Shuaibu Lawal ANPP Zamfara North
Representative Party Constituency
Abubakar Makwashi ANPP Bakura/Maradun
Aliyu Sahabi ANPP Gummi/Bukkuyum
Doruwa Sani Ibrahim R. ANPP Bungudu/Maru
Godal Lawali Ibrahim Nasarawa ANPP Kaura Namoda/Birnin Magaji
Mohammed Sani ANPP Tsafe/Gusau
Moriki Bello Abubakar ANPP Zurmi/Shinkafi
Sani Anka Mohammed PDP Anka/Mafara


  • Official Website - National Assembly House of Representatives (Zamfara State)
  • Senator List

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